Enter My Mind

April 28, 2018
By dy/dx GOLD, Edina, Minnesota
dy/dx GOLD, Edina, Minnesota
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Favorite Quote:
"So what’s calculus? In a sentence: If it moves at a varying speed, if it has a curvy shape, if it has a maximum that you’d like to find, or if it involves adding up an infinite number of terms, then you’re probably looking at calculus." - Stanley F. Schmidt, Ph. D.


Enter my mind to let its breeze cool your face.
Allow sentence fragments, throwaway verses, amorphous themes
to revive your mental wastebasket with their treasures.

Enter my mind to stretch your own.
Read an entire high-ceilinged library of books
but don't forget to look at the paintings on the walls.

Enter my mind to make a life for yourself.
Walk its roads until you know which ones
lead to other roads and which are dead ends.

Enter my mind to step into my husk.
Let my hands wave and my feet skip.
Make yourself one of me.



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